Last Chance To Catch Pokemon Go Legendary Dogs

This is your final opportunity to add Entei, Raikou, and Suicune to your teams.


If you've yet to catch Entei, Raikou, and Suicune in Pokemon Go, you only have a few more hours before they disappear. The Legendary trio will only be available in their final regions until tomorrow, November 30, making this your last chance to add the powerful monsters to your team.

The three Legendaries first began spawning in Pokemon Go back in September. However, unlike previous Legendary Pokemon, which were available globally for a limited time, each one was exclusive to a specific region of the world for a month; after that, they rotated to a different region. Suicune can currently be found in the Americas; Raikou is available in Europe and Africa; and players in the Asia-Pacific region can encounter Entei.

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As usual, the three Legendary dogs will appear in their respective regions at Gyms as Raid Boss battles. You'll have to team up with other Pokemon Go players to battle the powerful Pokemon; only by defeating the Legendaries will you have the chance to capture them. You can check out our guide on how to catch Legendary Pokemon for tips on how to tackle these kinds of battles.

While Entei, Raikou, and Suicune may only be around for a few more hours, but they aren't the only Legendary Pokemon you have a chance to catch in Pokemon Go right now. Another Legendary monster from Pokemon Gold and Silver, Ho-Oh, is also available around the world for a limited time. The Legendary bird was unlocked following the successful completion of the Global Catch Challenge event and will appear in Raid Battles at Gyms until December 12.

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